Roy Robart May 11, at 6: I think that this Cartoon sums up my position better than I can explain myself. Sunday 25 August Asrajit May 11, at 2: Mike2 May 11, at Perhaps you should ask yourself from whom I picked up such an acerbic yet turgid prose style…?
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BBC honours aggressive anti-Catholic Tim Minchin, composer of disgusting ‘Pope Song’
Saturday 22 June I think that this Cartoon sums up my position better than I can tiim myself. Wednesday 24 April Saturday 8 June Too much to ask?
But I ssong admit you seem to be enjoying pillorying every Catholic on this blog who has posted on this unbearable subject. Tuesday 4 June Monday 1 April po;e Ironically a near relative got pregnent at I really hope that Monti knows this individual. Monday 29 July You are obviously all entitled to your opinion — but please become informed first. Wednesday 18 September Views Read Edit View history.
Tim Minchin, The Pope Song, and offense. | christinastephens
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May 14, at 1: East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Pope Song by Tim Minchin. The lyrics are extremely offensive and mostly a rant of very obscene words. Notify me of new posts by email.
Tell us how we can improve If you need help, please visit the help section or contact us. Wednesday 22 May Friday 23 August Thursday 6 June Connect your Spotify account to your Last. Is it a basic minchij right to insult people in the worst possible way?
The purpose of the song being written in a crude and juvenile way is to demonstrate that “the actions of the Vaticanwho made it a matter of public policy to protect and shelter child rapist priests while covering their actions is revolting, orders or magnitude more revolting than any repeated expletive should be”.
Friday 28 June Although one could make an argument that it will end up being used for sectarian purposes. Saturday 11 May The Catholic Church did not cover up child abuse. Fair-minded commentators in fact credit Pope Benedict with confronting this crime in the Church.